Corey Lewandowski, after hours of often-contentious questioning by members of the House Judiciary Committee, said Tuesday night he believes Americans already know: "There was no collusion and no obstruction."
"The Mueller report was clear about that," Lewandowski told Fox News' Martha MacCallum. "The far-left wing of the Democratic Party has to have these hearings to protect themselves in their congressional districts from further left progressives want to take them in their primary races. This is all politics, and it's a disservice to the American people."
Lewandowski, the former campaign director for President Donald Trump's 2016 race, said he answered the committed's subpoena because he has nothing to hide.
"I've spent more than 20, maybe 25 hours answering questions before the House Intelligence Committee, the special counsel's office," Lewandowski said. "I have nothing to hide because we never committed any crimes in the campaign."
He said he was happy to go, but last week Democrats on the committee changed the rules so, not only members of Congress could question him, but also consultants to the committee, making it a "very unfair process."
He also ridiculed a comment from Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., who said she believes Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler should call him before the full House and fine him for his actions while testifying.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., during the hearing, said Lewandowski was there to campaign for the New Hampshire Senate race, which he also ridiculed, even though he did tweet a message to his followers during the hearing.
"I think the people of New Hampshire deserve new leadership, and I will make a decision very soon if I want to run for the U.S. Senate," Lewandowski said.
Meanwhile, he said he knows if Democrats in Congress had enough votes to impeach Trump, they would have already done so, but only one-third of their caucus supports it.
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